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Ad 14um arlum deponit that after the premisses and arivall of the said shipps
and lading in the Baye of Barcelona, the said Captaine Jacket not having
obtained any leave to goe and traffique there ashore, and contrary to the
order and Commission of his imployers (the producents) went againe
on shore, and after hee had gonne severall times ashore and retourned
the said don Louis in this deponents presence and hearing told and [?advertized]
him on board the said shipp the Mayflower that hee the said don
Louis having bin that day ashore in the towne of Barcelona had
understood and was certainly informed that the Governour of
Commana had sent to and advised the Governour of Barcelona
to seize and make sure of the said shipps or vessells the
Mayflower and the Peter and lading and Negro's in and
belonging unto them and to clap the said Captaine in prison, and
not to permit or suffer them to trade there or to that effect, Et
alr nescit deponere, salvis subscript[?s]

Ad 15 arlum deponit et dicit that {upon} the said don Lewis return
hee warned the said Captaine Jacket of the said conspiracie
and designe of the said Governours, admonished and perswaded
him to get his Negro's on board againe, and not to suffer any
goods to be there landed, and to have a care to keepe out of
commannd and to hasten away to some of the places aforesaid
where hee might trade with more securitie and to better advantage
and not longer to trust himselfe or shipp and goods in the Baye
of Barcelona or to that effect, which the said Jacket omitted
and plainly refused to doe, but on the contrary caused goods there
to be landed, his Negro's being there ashore, Et alr nescit

Ad 16um deponit that after and notwithstanding the premisses the
said Captaine Jacket went againe ashore to the Governour of
Barcelona to obtaine leave to trade there, but the said Governour
told him (as the said Captaine said when hee came againe aboard)
that hee could not permit him there to trade without license from
the Vice Roy of Sant[?o] domingo, and advised him to send his
said Pinke thither to obtaine the said License, whereupon the said
Jacket contrary to the Commission and orders aforesaid of the said
Mr Vassall, Captaine Crandley and company sent the said Pinck
the Saint Peter under the command of a Spanish Captaine, and
to the number of 16 or 17 other Spaniards, and not above six or seaven
English to saile to Santo domingo and there to procure
license from the Vice Roy to trade at Barcelona, and withall
hee put on board her 31 Negro's which came from Ginny, and diverse packs
of goods belonging to the said Imployers to a greate valewe, and
sent them alonge in the said shipp the Saint Peter thither, Reddens
rationem scientia sua ut supra, Et alr nescit deponere.

Ad 17 et 18 arles deponit that about two monethes after the departure
of the said Pinke for Santo domingo there came a letter aboard the
said shipp the Mayflower (still remayning in the Baye of Barcelona)
from the arlate Michael de [?Verwese] from Barcelona [?XX GUTTER]
written and